Ahead of the series' Sept. 28 premiere, a host of iconic spots are offering "Golden Hour" menus and more.
The latest shopping, fashion, beauty, fitness, and lifestyle news in Central Los Angeles, including the areas of Beverly Grove, Downtown LA, Echo Park, Hollywood, Koreatown, Los Feliz, Silver Lake, West Hollywood, and more.
It's happening in Mid-City on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1.
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Born from an adoration for imperfect spaces and found objects, this coveted DTLA lifestyle brand, which debuts curated goods via an innovative drop model, has exploded in popularity.
From David Dobrik's pizza venture to a British pub and Negroni bar, these five must-try L.A. restaurants should be on your Winter things to try list.
Exuding warm amber notes, Idle Hour was created with L.A.-based artist and photographer Amanda Charchian and is exclusive to Ex Nihilo's L.A. flagship store.
The buzzy fashion and fine jewelry label, whose baubles have bespangled the likes of Bella Hadid, officially debuted its first L.A. store on October 8 as it plots global expansion.
The yearlong pop-up will showcase the label's core collection, limited drops, and in-store exclusive merchandise, as well as offer a firsthand look at 2023 launches before they're available online.
The 18-day pop-up, located at Maxfield's Jean Prouvé Nomade gallery, is the only place customers in North America can shop the Kenzo Bouquet capsule collection.
Open now until January 6, 2023, the 10,000-square-foot immersive pop-up features limited edition paraphernalia and will add a second floor in December.
Bespoke leather jackets, boots, and accessories made from the finest hides and furs in the world await Angelenos at Savas' swanky new Melrose store.
The store brings beloved characters from across the NBCUniversal ecosystem to life through limited edition streetwear drops.